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Elon Musk in Row With Zelensky Over Russia 'Peace Plan'
U.S. billionaire Elon Musk was embroiled in a social media spat with Ukrainian officials including President Volodymyr Zelensky on Monday over his ideas...
out of contact
Apple App Store Pulls Russian Social Network VKontakte
Apple on Wednesday confirmed that it removed popular Russian social network VKontakte from its App Store globally due to sanctions imposed by Britain. The...
Amid Official Silence, Russian Soldiers’ Families Get Answers From the Enemy
Ukraine’s “IT Army” spreads information and photos of deceased Russian military personnel on social media to raise awareness of losses.
Russian Search Engines Remove Independent Media, ‘Extremist’ Instagram Results
Yandex and Mail.ru said Monday they have stopped giving out the search results in line with Russian legislation.
Navalny Urges West to Breach ‘Putin’s Propaganda’ Via Social Media
Russia tripled funding for state media in January-March this year.
Twitter Moves to Limit Reach of Russian Government Accounts
Twitter said official Russian government accounts will not be shown to users across all categories of the app, including in searches.
an app's an app
Russia Unveils Domestic Instagram Competitor ‘Rossgram’
The resemblance is uncanny.
YouTube Accused of 'Censorship' in Russia
Fears mount that the U.S. company maybe next in line for a ban in Russia.
'directed against Russia'
Russia Bans Instagram and Facebook as 'Extremist'
Authorities accused U.S. tech giant Meta of tolerating "Russophobia" during the conflict in Ukraine.
Free flow of information
The Battle to Keep Russia's Internet Free
With web access being squeezed from the inside and the outside, many experts are now calling for the West to take a different approach.
bracing for impact
For Russia's Small Businesses, Instagram Ban Deals a Huge Blow
Already facing the economic shock of sanctions, Russia's entrepreneurs have now lost a critical means of running their businesses.
Instagram No Longer Accessible in Russia
Moscow has accused its parent company Meta of allowing calls for violence against Russians, including the military, on its platforms.
Russian Bloggers Bid Tearful Farewell to Instagram
Russia's media regulator Roskomnadzor said this week that Instgram was being taken down for allowing posts urging violence against Russians.
Moscow Opens Case Against Meta for Calling for 'Murder' of Russians
The General Prosecutor's Office also requested that the internet giant be branded "extremist" and called for Instagram to be blocked.
Facebook Eases Rules to Allow Violent Speech Against 'Russian Invaders'
Facebook and other US tech giants have moved to penalize Russia for the attack on Ukraine, and Moscow has also moved to block access to the leading social...
TikTok Suspends Posting of New Videos From Russia
TikTok said it recognizes "the heightened risk and impact of misleading information during a time of crisis.”
Facebook, Multiple Media Sites Partially Down in Russia – AFP, NGO
AFP journalists in Moscow were not able to access Facebook, as well as the sites of media outlets Meduza, Deutsche Welle, RFE-RL and the BBC's Russian-language...
Tech Giants Clamp Down on Russia State-Linked News
Social media platforms have become one of the fronts in the internationally condemned attack, home to sometimes false narratives but also real-time monitoring...
YouTube, Facebook Block East Ukraine Separatist Accounts
The blocks come as fears in the West of a Russian offensive against Kyiv continue to soar.
Russia Jails TikToker for Damaging FSB Car During Navalny Protests
Konstantin Lakeev, 18, was sentenced to nearly three years in prison for throwing snowballs at the car and then kicking it and jumping on its hood.
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